Central Heating Systems

Postby holmepkeat » Sat Nov 24, 2007 6:55 pm

I am looking for help and guidance regarding the installation of a central heating system I live in a rural area in a 4 bed detached house with no gas supply I would require 14 rads and would look at either LPG, Oil or a wet electric system, we do have economy 10 tariff, could someone guide me to the most practical and economic route
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Simply Build It

Postby marrtin » Sun Nov 25, 2007 8:51 pm

See the "Fuel Tanks" topic in the "Appliances in the Home" forum
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Postby DONFRAMAC » Mon Nov 26, 2007 1:30 am

Rural-dwellers in my county use oil systems ( diesel of kerosine ), as it is much cheaper to run than tank LPG or storage radiators, which are even dearer than closed anthracite/back boiler systems. Some of these rural-dwellers are in areas prone to protracted power cuts, so they often have some cooking capability fuelled by propane gas via cylinders outside the kitchen. This gas is suitable for severe winter use, as it still gases-off at sub-zero temperatures.
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